Former Huddersfield Town defender Willie McStay is back at Celtic - but it’s the Cumbrian rather than Glasgow version.
The 52-year-old, who swapped Parkhead for Leeds Road back in 1987, is managing Carlisle-based Celtic Nation.
Previously bossed by former Town chief Mick Wadsworth, they play in the Northern League, and have lofty ambitions.
They are backed by USA-based Glaswegian Frank Lynch, who is credited with playing a pivotal role in launching the career of Billy Connolly.
Formerly called Gillford Park, where they still play, the club attract busloads of fans from Glasgow on Saturdays when Celtic don’t have a game.
They play in green and white hoops, and are skippered by experienced former Carlisle player Peter Murphy.
Signed from Celtic by Steve Smith in March 1987, McStay made nine Town appearances before a transfer to Notts County in February 1988.
He also played for Kilmarnock and Sligo Rovers, where he was player-manager before returning to Celtic for the first of two spells as reserve coach.
McStay has also managed Hungarian club Ujpest and Ross County and had a spell as
assistant boss at Stockport.
He originally joined Celtic Nation as head of recruitment before becoming manager last September.
Celtic Nation were promoted to the Northern League Premier Division as runners-up to Crook Town in Division I.
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